Modern Crib

A Splash of Blue in a Mid-Century Nursery

A Splash of Blue in a Mid-Century Nursery

Pops of blue fill this nursery along with mid-century style. An accent wall adds just enough color, allowing the curtains and accents to carry the blue color throughout the room against soft, neutral tones. A macrame wall hanging adds visual texture and a boho element to the design! 

Nursery Nook

Nursery Nook

If you're working with a smaller nursery space, consider buying a circular or oval crib. The absence of corners will save a surprising amount of space while still providing enough room for your little one to snooze comfortably within.

Bohemian Baby

Bohemian Baby

Your baby's nursery is as much a space for you as it is for them. You're not obligated to have a cutesy theme if you don't want one (though it's okay if you do.) Feel free to pick style choices that you enjoy. Whether they are boho (like in this design), modern, glam, or rustic, any style can work so long as the space is safe and cozy for your baby.

Shine a Little Light on Design

Shine a Little Light on Design

Don't have a lot of space for your little one? Try to open up your small nursery space using light-colored, foundational furniture, and warm-hued room accessories. The pale color palette will open up the space, and the warm colors will add sunshiny cheer.

Warm and Inviting Rustic Nursery

Warm and Inviting Rustic Nursery

Inspired by antique-washed traditional rugs with a neutral color palette, the area rug also infuses a pop of earthy undertones enhancing the rustic feel. Beach themed artwork creates a calming environment and adds extra charm. A variety of flexible storage fills the space increasing the functionality.

Magic Mint in Mid-century Modern Nursery

Magic Mint in Mid-century Modern Nursery

Nurseries are the perfect room to show some color! The mint-green on the wall reflects new life and freshness into the space. While the mid-century style crib pops against the accent wall, the prints hanging on the wall bring character and help keep balance.

Bridging Spaces

Bridging Spaces

We love this overall view of a baby's nursery and the many creative ways you can bridge different areas of the room together i.e. crib, changing table and armchair.Keep main pieces neutral and similar in color and really up the ante with a pop of color on the wall and a great patterned rug on the floor.

Modern Black and White Airy Nursery

Modern Black and White Airy Nursery

Understated furnishings and plenty of uncluttered floor space give the room a bright, airy feel and a prevailing sense of openness, proving that less can be so much more. Greenery will give the space a pop of color, and bring some freshness into the room. The mid century-inspired crib, dresser and chair, and grey walls make the modern statement in this black and white nursery.

Layered Textures in Rustic Nursery

Layered Textures in Rustic Nursery

Layering rugs in soft tones is the perfect way to create warmth in a neutral space. A gallery wall balances layered textures on the floor and creates cohesion in the space. This nursery will have you and baby relaxing in no time!

Rustic Nursery

Rustic Nursery

Make your nursery comfortable and inviting by adding a leather armchair. Add some pillows, and you'll be on your way to putting baby to sleep. The earth tones in this room create a warm and calming atmosphere that provides the perfect place to relax. Add some artwork above the crib for a pop of color and provide the baby with some fun prints to look at!

Clean Minimal Nursery

Clean Minimal Nursery

A simple but modern crib sits soundly, while the light reflects off the gold of the mobile. A pair of woven baskets sit to the side for extra storage and easy access for toys. A table lamp is added for extra lighting and adds softness to the space. This nursery is ready for the baby to fall asleep in.

Rustic Earth Tones

Rustic Earth Tones

Creating a rustic nursery with earth tones doesn't have to be dark and moody. Using a lighter rug with softer greens and rust tones brings color without overwhelming the space. Add some large ottomans for comfort and a place to lean against while playing with the baby on the comfortable rug.

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